In the coming weeks, Dallas lawyers Leighton Durham and Kirk Pittard will devour three color-coded publications as if their practices depended on it. That's because the 2012 Texas Pattern Jury Charge
In the days leading up to the May 29 primary, Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett ran a television campaign ad touting that he is "widely hailed as our most conservative justice." Lawyers and jud
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